Capital Daily is e-mailed late in the afternoon of the UK business day. It serves as an early “morning meeting note” for clients in Europe, Asia and the UK, and is available even sooner to clients in North America during their business day.
- Comprehensive yet concise coverage of the key issues affecting global economies and markets.
- High frequency product enabling clients to stay on top of developments.
- Quick and easy to digest – 2-3 pages.
- 22 January, 2007 in US house prices to weigh on consumption even if activity rises
- 19 January, 2007 in Japanese interest rates still likely to rise in February
- 18 January, 2007 in One BoJ rate hike unlikely to offer sustained support for the yen
- 17 January, 2007 in Markets to remain hawkish on Bank of England policy outlook
- 16 January, 2007 in Markets on the look-out for Bank of England inflation letter
- 15 January, 2007 in A Bank of England letter could further boost yields and sterling
- 12 January, 2007 in Timing of UK rate shock hints at poor CPI data next week
- 11 January, 2007 in ECB pledge on “vigilance” could signal a February rate hike
- 10 January, 2007 in Russian dispute won’t prevent further drop in global oil prices
- 9 January, 2007 in Investor expectations for commodities appear unrealistic
- 8 January, 2007 in Housing market still likely to undermine US job growth
- 5 January, 2007 in Housing-related job losses increase downside risks to US payrolls